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I need help with picking a PSU

Budget (including currency): 600€.

Country: Germany.

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Gaming (Warzone, Valorant, Rainbow 6, GTA, etc. Mainly shooters) and simple school applications.

Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): No, no, didn't have one before, probably in a week, 1080p@60hz

 

https://de.pcpartpicker.com/list/dkBt3y

 

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The one you picked is a D-Tier psu and while it will be fine for your system, you could add a little bit more money and get a good one that will cover your future upgrades (much cheaper than having to swap it out later on. THIS one is on sale right now and it's a really good psu with 10 years warranty, should last you a long time.

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7 minutes ago, Jakub_NF said:

The one you picked is a D-Tier psu and while it will be fine for your system, you could add a little bit more money and get a good one that will cover your future upgrades (much cheaper than having to swap it out later on. THIS one is on sale right now and it's a really good psu with 10 years warranty, should last you a long time.

Would a SeaSonic B12 BC (https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/gBRYcf/seasonic-b12-bc-750-w-80-bronze-certified-atx-power-supply-b12-bc-750) be good too?

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9 minutes ago, Tan3l6 said:

That should be decent - https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/7wgFf7/fractal-design-ion-gold-550-w-80-gold-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-fd-p-ia2g-550

 

Don't just go after wattage. 550W for given setup is enough.

Would a SeaSonic B12 BC (https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/gBRYcf/seasonic-b12-bc-750-w-80-bronze-certified-atx-power-supply-b12-bc-750) be good too?

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The B12 would be fine but the one @Tan3l6linked should be better.

 

Also not PSU related but you don't have an SSD. You really need one for decent performance, even if it's the cheapest 240gb one

GPU Powercolor RX 6600 | CPU i5-10400F Motherboard B460M Pro4Memory HyperX Fury RGB 16gb 3200 | Storage MX500 500gb, Barracuda 2tb | PSU RM650x (2018) CPU cooler Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition | Case Some cheap Antec Monitor AOC C24G2U | Mouse G703 HeroKeyboard Drevo Seer Max (Gateron Brown) | Headset Arctis 3 (2019)Mousepad QCK Edge XL

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https://de.pcpartpicker.com/list/Fvjkfv

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Psu should be pretty decent, should be fine for anything thats not a 3080 or higher

 

For now youll need to stick with igpu so overclock the balls off the igpu (1.3-1.4v soc for 2300-2400mhz igpu clock) and same for the ram (4600+ cl18 ~1.6v, youll need a fan for this due to volt, over 1.65v and no guarantee if the imc starts degrading or not, buildzoid and github ddr4 oc guide are good sources of info on ram oc)

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Corsair TX550M 2021 is the best you can get under €60.

 

1 hour ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

Psu should be pretty decent

230v only, I don't call pretty decent. And only one daisy chained PCI-e cable for a 650w is pretty bad.

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5 hours ago, --SID-- said:

Corsair TX550M 2021 is the best you can get under €60.

 

230v only, I don't call pretty decent. And only one daisy chained PCI-e cable for a 650w is pretty bad.

Though who even uses 120v outside of the usa? For all i know everyone but the us uses 230v (though ofc some exceptions)

 

If you are gonna go for a bronze unit just get the cheapest sht that isnt a complete dumpster fire, a bronze psu under 40€ cause if you go for a bronze psu you are basically buying a throwaway unit to be replaced in the next gpu upgrade or something

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6 hours ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

Though who even uses 120v outside of the usa? For all i know everyone but the us uses 230v (though ofc some exceptions)

That's not the issue. There are savings on the input to make it cheaper.

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